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Artist: Daniel MacMaster

Title: Rock Bonham and the Long Road Back

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Suncity Records (Australia)

Catalog Number: SR005


Daniel MacMaster vocals, backing vocals, harps
Terry Baker lead and rhythm guitars on tracks 1-7
Chris Fumo lead and rhythm guitars on tracks 1-7
Don McDonough bass on tracks 1-7
John Lord drums on tracks 1-7
Brent Carrigan drums on tracks 1-7
Ian Hatton lead and rhythm guitars on tracks 8-11
John Smithson keyboards, pianos, bass on tracks 8-11
Jason Bonham drums on tracks 8-11


1.  Bleeding Hearts Collide  5:55   Listen
2.  Is She Falling?  5:34   Listen
3.  Walk With Me  6:08   Listen
4.  1st in Line  3:45   Listen
5.  Just Before You Say Goodnight  5:43   Listen
6.  One Step Behind  5:39   Listen
7.  Find a Way Back to You  5:50   Listen
8.  Great Confusion Bonham demo  3:38   Listen
9.  Feeling Inside Bonham demo  4:20   Listen
10.  Friend of Mine Bonham demo  5:17   Listen
11.  Can't Win for Losing Bonham demo  3:42   Listen
Total Running Time:  55:31

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From: Blue Charvel Date: December 11, 2006 at 11:15
Pretty rough production on this, which is a shame considering the songwriting is pretty good. MacMaster's also got a great voice and it definitely shines in several places. Overall the feel is a bit too demo-ey (sp?) for my tastes, but if you like a live feel and sound or can at least overlook the production, there are some gems on here.

From: overkillrulz Date: March 21, 2009 at 10:05
I agree with the above review. If a "live" sound does not bother you then get this cd. It is so good...10/10. The songs are a bit soft, no rocking songs but they are unique and I cant stop playing this cd.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 9, 2011 at 20:36
If i want to listen to a Led Zeppelin kinda artists i'd go directly to Kingdom Come or to the same Led Zeppelin instead of another similar one(ok,ok i know this one have the very son of John Bonham,Jason in it and remember that Daniel was the lead vocalist of the Bonham Project Band)...but wait,i'm not saying that the album is bad but is neither good to me at all because of the strong Zeppelin similarity,just in case...anyway about the tracks,"Is She Falling?","Walk With Me","Just Before You say Goodnight","One Step Behind","Find A Way Back To You" & "Great Confusion"(rocks good and basically is the "rock track" of the album,a demo btw)are the ones i enjoyed somehow the most...a matter of tastes i guess...70/100

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